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Blittner’s Blue Line: Second-Round Preview

One down. Three to go. Three rounds that is.  With the Stanley Cup Playoffs in full swing and the first round concluded, there are only eight teams left in the tournament and the second round will hopefully be more suspenseful than its predecessor.  Of the eight first-round series that took place, only

The Latest Chapter In The Battle of The Hudson

“Any time you get to play a rival that’s right across the river, it tends to have a little bit more into it than any other team.” – Devils Head Coach Lindy Ruff before his team’s 5-1 loss to the Rangers. Thursday night at Prudential Center, The Battle of The Hudson

Sam Ersson Has a Great Challenge Ahead of Him 

Philadelphia Flyers goalie, Sam Ersson has played in 42 NHL games and 47 AHL games. The rookie is in his hockey infancy. The fact that he’s 24 is a plus because he’s very mature but as far as game experience. He’s still gaining a lot of that on the job. 42

Outdoor Hockey Favors The Rangers in a 6-5 OT Win

Outdoor hockey? What a concept! Between the Winter Classic, Stadium Series, and Heritage Classic, the NHL has now hosted 41 outdoor regular-season games; each with its unique feel and backstory.   Sunday afternoon – more like Sunday evening by the time the game ended thanks to an earlier sun glare delay –

Islanders and Rangers Come Together For Charity

Timeless. That’s the best way to describe the Islanders-Rangers rivalry. Multiple generations of New York hockey fans have picked a side and stuck with it. So, whether you first became a fan in the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s, etc. there’s always going to be that feeling of dislike for

Flyers, Rangers Rookie Series Game 1 Notes

Rangers vs. Flyers PPL Friday Game I took in the game yesterday and there was some rust for a bit over the first period. When that was shaken off the pace got better. There were some very good players on the ice. The Flyers' forwards were slower than the Rangers', but

The Playoffs Haven’t Been Too Big For Shesterkin

Igor Shesterkin has come of age. At the age of 26, he is the perfect age to show his fans that he is ready. Ready to battle the two-time Stanley Cup champs. Ready to battle Andrei Vasilevskiy, who he surely respects. In what seems impossible, Vasilevskiy is just 27.  He already

Top 2021 NHL Games to Watch From March 8th to 13th

NHL Betting News The Vegas Golden Knights are the hottest team in the NHL and the Toronto Maple Leafs have the best record in the NHL. Boston, Washington, Philadelphia, and the New York Rangers are all looking to pick up the level of their play in the crowded East Division. Out west,